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Look to the right of the word "ONE" on the reverse. D stands for Denver. The S stands for San Francisco.

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Q: Where is the D or the S mark on a 1941 dime?
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With no mint mark and in average condition, about a dime. With a "D", about a quarter. With an "S", around 35¢


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I have a 1941 US DIME with a crown mark no D or S marking. Is it just worn or is this something to research more?

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What is value of a 1944 dime?

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